Featured in the New York Times and Sunset Magazine, a place of elegance, grace, and charm. Nine luxurious guest rooms, two in the water tower topped by a 55 foot high observation deck. Stroll through the gardens, relax on the gracious front porch, clink your glasses and kiss in front of a roaring fire. Enjoy a bountiful breakfast, dance in our Virgin Redwood Ballroom. Here you can find the rest and privacy that you need.
3.2 on June 14, 2013
No T.V. and the Wi-Fi is spotty. Nice clean room. Friendly staff. Late 1800 decore. Fun for a change. Fresh eggs from chickens in a cute chicken coop in the backyard. Redwood plank floor and high ceilings. I am not into antiques, but if you are you will like this BB.
4.8 on June 04, 2012
We just returned from a wonderful weekend in which we stayed at the Weller House Inn. It was a warm and comfortable place to stay and the staff was helpful and delightful. We will definetly return again.
4.0 on January 19, 2012
My husband and I had a lovely time in that interim between Christmas and New Years by visiting Fort Bragg's Weller House Inn. The staff were attentive, our room was very pretty, plus we had the unique priviledge to participate in tango lessons which happened to be offered right upstairs in the ballroom during our stay!
4.0 on January 01, 2012
An untimely but timely relationship termination caused me to cancel my reservation last minute. Vivian was very understanding and helpful allowing me to reschedule another day in the future. I will be status g there as often as possible just because of that.
4.0 on December 11, 2011
Breakfast is fresh and healthy; eggs come fresh from the 12 chickens outside the back door. Rooms are beautifully restored, clean and comfortable. Heat in the rooms is in the floor, and it is wonderful.
4.8 on November 02, 2011
We had a great stay at the Weller House! The breakfast was the best we've had at a B&B. We loved that we could walk to the Skunk Train easily, and we could watch the train leave from the station from the water tower. We hope to come back when there is a Tango class happening. Vivien, the Innkeeper was delightful. We highly recommend the Weller House to people who want to step out of the ordinary.
5 on October 15, 2011
Our room was really inviting, with extremely comfortable linens and (very important to me) pillows were exceptional. Our breakfast included Vivien's homemade ginger scones with local jams. Very yummy. Thank you Vivien
4.0 on October 09, 2011
Our weekend at Weller House was charming and a delight. The Tulip Room is one of the loveliest we've enjoyed in a B&B. And where there was a problem with the shower fixture over the marvelous claw-foot bathtub, the Inn's pleasant and efficient staff got right to it. Our breakfasts were hearty and delicious, with eggs from the chicken coop out back. Wine and cheese was a welcome touch at he end of the afternoon. We'd seen some previous negative reviews, but they evidently precede when the current owner took over last spring. (She had managed the property previously, but ownership evidently brought with it welcome changes.) We also like that Weller House is a block off of Main Street, both easily acceptable to shops and restaurants (Try Roundman's meats and smokehouse for great charcuterie and Mendo Bistro for dinner) but is also quietly removed from traffic. Also, the redwood ballroom on the top floor would be great for and event of group retreat. We definitely recommend Weller House.
5 on October 03, 2011
One of my favorite B&B's I have stayed at. Fantastic room, upstairs ballroom was exquisite, the keeper was incredibly friendly, only a block from the main street in town and felt right at home.
4.2 on October 01, 2011
This is a very nice and romantic place to stay. Each room is uniquely and tastefully decorated and has its own name. We stayed in Lotus room, which is very neat and nicely decorated in asian style. The breakfast was good: omlett made with organic eggs;fresh squized organic greapfruit and orange juice;choice of bread; cereals. The only thing we didn't like that it took too long to wait for it. We came a little bit late for breakfast and it was still not ready. We spent about 40 min. in the dining room until omlett was ready.
Warm yet classic decor with a large gas fireplace welcome you to enjoy the comforts of eiderdown and fine cotton sheets. The rate is $160, Sunday-Thursday, and $180 Friday-Saturday.
High ceilings and decorated in traditional blues with a fine Mahogany armoire, stained windows and pleasant light. Seating in the bay window facing south east, looking out into the rose garden. (2nd bed available) The rate is $140, Sunday-Thursday, and $160 Friday-Saturday.
French toile wallpaper and finely painted faux-grain wainscoting. Authentic white cotton window lace with Victorian pattern made in Scotland. Wood-burning fireplace. Windows face east with view of shade garden. (Second bed available) The rate is $160, Sunday-Thursday, and $180 Friday-Saturday.
Our Asian-inspired room. Stunning silk paintings on the walls. Large slipper tub in the north nook of the room, set on granite. Windows facing north and east. In whites with grass mat wainscoting. The rate is $140, Sunday-Thursday, and $160 Friday-Saturday.
Late Victorian/Arts and Crafts decor. Our largest room with magnificent light from east and south facing windows, including a large bay with three stained glass windows and seating at table. Hand-painted tiles in the bath with a large claw-foot tub/shower. Six windows provide a great view of the gardens. (Second or third bed available) The rate is $175, Sunday-Thursday, and $195 Friday-Saturday.
A large room with queen and twin. Looks out over the gardens, Pacific ocean also visible. Lovely pale aqua walls and fabulous light. Large stained glass window in the bathroom with claw foot tub/shower (Third bed available) The rate is $175, Sunday-Thursday, and $195 Friday-Saturday.
King bed in large room with lovely golden light from west facing windows with authentic Arts & Crafts period lace curtain made in Scotland. Large bathroom with jacuzzi whirlpool bath for two and stain glass window.(Twin bed available for third person) The rate is $190, Sunday-Thursday, and $210 Friday-Saturday.
Heather, on the third floor of the water tower,features a commanding ocean view and easy access to the hot tub. The room features a fireplace, private bath with shower, and queen bed.
Raven is on the second floor of the water tower. The room is in rich lavender and redwood colors. It features a gas fireplace, Jacuzzi, King bed, and refrigerator. The rate is $190, Sunday-Thursday, and $210 Friday-Saturday. (No shower available in this room.)
Downtown, Vista oceano, Small town
San Francisco, CA (SFO) 190 miles
From SanFrancisco go north over the Golden Gate on HWY 101. At Willitts go west on HWY 20. At HWY 1 go north to downtown Fort Bragg. Left on Pine, Right on Stewart. You are there!
Antique Shopping, Art Galleries, Beach, Concert venue, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Live Music, Movie Theater, Museum, National/State parks, Nature area, Ocean, Walk to skunk train, Outlet Stores, Performing Theater, Picnic area, Religious Services, River, Rodeo
Bed and Breakfast, Historic Inn
Amenities Basket, Board games, Conference Rooms, DVD Player, Library, Piano, Private entrance, Satellite/Cable TV, TV, Telephone, VCR, Wedding Facilities , 900 square foot ballroom, Coffe and Tea at all hours, wine and Cheese at 5pm
Alarm clock, Bath robes, CD player, Fireplace, Fridge, Hairdryer, Hot tub/whirlpool tub, Ironing Board, Radio, Wi-Fi
Bicycle rental, Bicycle riding trails, Bicycles, Billiards, Bird watching, Boating, Canoeing, Fishing, Golfing, Hiking trails, Horseback riding, Horseshoes, Hunting, Kayaking, Mountain Bike trails, Argentine Tango lessons, practicas, dances, Sailing, Shopping, Sight-seeing, Swimming, Swimming pool, Table Tennis, Tennis courts, Tennis racket rental, Video Arcade, Water sports
English, French, Spanish
Vivien also dances Argentine Tango, and manages the redwood ballroom as a venue for varied community activities as well as world class tango. She has a backround in film, graphic arts, and historic landscaping, as well as experience in the hospitality industry (having managed the restaurant and music venue The Ear Inn in New York City).